By Building One Community/ The Patch
Building One Community (B1C) marked its 12th anniversary during Immigrant Heritage Month - a joyous occasion that saw volunteers, board members, staff and participants come together to raise a glass and celebrate this incredible milestone.
Since B1C's inception in 2011, the organization has been dedicated to supporting immigrants and their families integrate into our community. With a comprehensive suite of services ranging from English language learning and workforce development programs to family and individual services and immigration legal support, B1C has made a significant impact in the lives of over 15,250 individuals from 117 different countries.
Leading the charge is B1C's Executive Director, Anka Badurina, Ph.D., who expressed immense pride in the organization's contributions to promoting diversity and equity in our communities. "Our programs and services have changed lives by integrating immigrants and their families into our amazing community," said Badurina.